21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart: Boost Metabolism, Lower Cholesterol, and Dramatically Improve Your Health

Day Weight Loss Kickstart Boost Metabolism Lower Cholesterol and Dramatically Improve Your Health For years Dr Neal D Barnard has been at the forefront of cutting edge research on what it really takes to lose weight and restore the body to optimal health Now with his proven successful program

  • Title: 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart: Boost Metabolism, Lower Cholesterol, and Dramatically Improve Your Health
  • Author: Neal D. Barnard
  • ISBN: 9780446583817
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For years, Dr Neal D Barnard has been at the forefront of cutting edge research on what it really takes to lose weight and restore the body to optimal health Now, with his proven, successful program, in just three short weeks you ll get fast results drop pounds, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, improve blood sugar, and With Dr Barnard s advice on how to easiFor years, Dr Neal D Barnard has been at the forefront of cutting edge research on what it really takes to lose weight and restore the body to optimal health Now, with his proven, successful program, in just three short weeks you ll get fast results drop pounds, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, improve blood sugar, and With Dr Barnard s advice on how to easily start a plant based diet, you ll learn the secrets to reprogramming your body quickly Appetite reduction Strategically choose the right foods to naturally and easily tame your appetite Metabolism boost Adjust eating patterns to burn calories faster for about three hours after each meal Cardio protection Discover the powerful foods that can help reduce cholesterol nearly as much as drugs do in just weeks Whether you are one of the millions who are anxious to get a jumpstart on weight loss or who already know about the benefits of a plant based diet but have no idea how or where to start, this book is the kickstart you ve been waiting for Complete with than sixty recipes, daily meal plans for the 21 day program, tips for grocery shopping, and , this book will teach you how to make the best food choices and get your body on the fast track to better health.

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    About " Neal D. Barnard "

  • Neal D. Barnard

    Neal D Barnard, M.D is a nutrition researcher, author, and health advocate As an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine, Dr Barnard conducts studies on the role of nutrition in diabetes, obesity, and lipid management, among other health issues His most recent clinical trial, funded by the National Institutes of Health, established the value of a novel dietary program for type 2 diabetes and set a new standard for dietary approaches to this increasingly common condition.Dr Barnard s articles have appeared in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the American Journal of Medicine, the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Scientific American, the American Journal of Cardiology, Obstetrics Gynecology, Lancet Oncology, Preventive Medicine, and many other scientific and medical journals Dr Barnard is the editor in chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians and the author of than a dozen books for lay audiences.In 1985, Dr Barnard established the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit organization advocating for preventive medicine and higher ethical standards in research He later established The Cancer Project, a nonprofit organization providing nutritional services for cancer patients and survivors and public education geared toward prevention, and the Washington Center for Clinical Research, an organization dedicated to studies of diet and health.Growing up in Fargo, N.D his extended family includes both doctors and cattle ranchers, two groups that are increasingly butting heads over America s health policies Dr Barnard s scientific approach aims to shed new light on these important issues.

  • 238 Comments

  • I just re-read this book and I still think that it is wonderful! I strongly recommend this book for anybody who eats, especially for those concerned about health and nutrition. This book is designed for optimal nutrition, and I agree with the book 100%. Why? Because eleven years ago, I started following the diet described in this book, and my excess pounds just floated away. It was easy--it was not an exercise in will power, because after a few weeks, I did not miss any unhealthy foods (except f [...]


  • I'm giving this book the benefit of a doubt with a two star rating, because I am sure that some people must do well on this sort of diet. I'm sure Dr. Barnard follows his own advice, for example, and he seems fit and healthy. But I personally thought that much of the nutrition advice seemed out of date--a flash-back to the super-low fat craze of the nineties--and I'm not convinced it's all that healthy. In any case, I can safely say that I could never follow this plan, and not because it's vegan [...]


  • I would recommend this book to anyone curious about vegan diets, looking to make a healthy lifestyle change and lose some weight, as well as to novice vegans who maybe want to understand their choices more fully. This program works. Period. I did it, and I have no intention of going back to my former diet.I went vegan about six months ago using the KickStart program online. I consider myself a novice vegan, still learning the ropes. This book provided me with a deeper understanding of how eating [...]


  • I just finished a 21 day Daniel Fast and I was looking for more vegan recipes which this book offers. Major difference with this book is that the Daniel Fast requires only water to drink, no yeast or sugar on the vegan diet and the spiritual connection one has during the process which is amazing. I have to say that the Daniel Fast wasn't hard. I didn't feel hungry but I like veggies, fruit, beans and whole grains. Ripe fruit replaced my sugar cravings. I feel more clear headed, energetic, no lon [...]


  • My husband heard the author interviewed on the radio and thought it sounded like an eating program that would benefit all of us. It was touted as a "weight loss" program. For any of you who know my husband, if he loses and ounce, he will disappear. Anyway, we bought it and I am not impressed. Alot of the meals contain things I would not eat, ie: pasta, canned soupI have to admit, I have not read the book in its entirety. I will do that before I judge, then I will pass it along to whomever would [...]


  • In my never ending goal to lose five pounds, I thought I would give this a try. The book contains easy to understand theories on why weight loss doesn't always work and how to avoid the pitfalls. There are also easy to follow recipes geared toward helping your body lose weight. I found the book to be inspirational and the information seems really helpful. So far I have lost two pounds and hope to lose the hardest of the hard in the last three!


  • My doctor told me to go on the Paleo diet, didn't work, felt terrible. I tried this for 21 days, lost 3 lbs and feel much better. I am going to continue following the food recommendations.


  • SoI picked up this book from the library knowing NOTHING about it. I was just intrigued by the "boost metabolism, lower cholesterol, and dramatically improve your health" blurb on the front of the book since I'm trying to help my husband lower his cholesterol. Once I got a few pages in and realized it was a book promoting a plant-based diet very similar to a 3 AM infomercial, I almost walked away. But then, I don't know there was a certain level of curiosity pushing me to see what exactly the go [...]


  • This is a very easy to understand book. It takes you on a 21-Day weight loss regime.First thing you need to know is that it is STRICTLY vegetarian. You are not allowed any meat or dairy during these 21 days.Each day, there is a different focus that you read about. Such as day 17 is about the food/sleep correlation. Did you know that eating healthy can actually help you sleep better? Did you also know that if you are overtired, you tend to overeat?So not only are they having you change your eatin [...]


  • I like Dr. Barnard's style. His books are informative and easy to read. He seems to drop a lot of celebrity references, but they're usually useful. I skimmed, due to time constraints, but liked what I saw, and may buy this book at a later date. The recipes are as tasty as his other book The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook, although there is some overlap. But this is full of a lot more information explaining the vegan diet, and his specific diet guidelines, as well as the health and wellness benef [...]


  • Vegan propaganda.Here's the scoop proposed:1. Eat lots of veggies2. Eat lots of carbs - breads, pasta, dessert, pancakes, maple syrup, jelly!!! (But no butter or cheese)3. Eat NO FAT except maybe just a little from nuts4. Eat absolutely no animal products at all - no meat, no seafood, no milk, no eggs, no cheeseI am highly suspect of this though. It seems that some of the substitutions (almond milk for dairy milk) are still potentially filled with sugar and fats


  • Essentially can be summed up as thus: 1) Meat is very bad for you2) Avoid meat, oils and fats3) Consume plant-based foods only (yes, it wants you to be a vegan)You need to be very careful with what this book advocates. It recommends eating pancakes for breakfast (I'm not kidding), which it deems healthy, and cutting meat completely from your diet. It also says that all oils are unhealthy (even supposedly "good" ones like EVOO), and that fats do make you fat (contrary to what we read about elsewh [...]




  • It works! I've lost 4 pounds in less than a week while reading the book, gradually giving things up. Today I start the 21-Day Kickstart. I thought giving up cheese and ice cream would be a lot harder. I was wrong.


  • BOOST METABOLISM BY FOLLOWING 3 SIMPLE RULES WITHOUT COUNTING CALORIES21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart informs readers how making better food choices to boost metabolism Best of all; there are no more counting calories. Neal Barnard explains why some foods are harmful and what they do inside the body. The main points of the diet emphasize replacing animal products, eliminating dairy, and minimizing oil. There are only a few rules to follow TO BOOST METABOLISMReplace Animal ProductsTo have a healthy [...]


  • It wasn't until I came to Seattle that I was ever in a social situation involving more than one vegan. In New England, and even in California, vegans seemed few and far in between in my experience, and only were outed at my dinner parties, where they'd sheepishly confess their diet and be so apologetic that they couldn't touch an ounce of food because I've lathered everything in fish sauce. In Seattle, it was a different story. One time I was at a vegan restaurant with two vegans and mid-meal, o [...]


  • A vegetarian based diet not for the average person trying to lose weight.21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart has been the hardest dietary book for me to review. I decided I was going to give the diet a try and it has not worked for me at all. I lasted a total of one week out of the 21 days without eggs, chicken, fish and seafood which I love. The whole week I was left feeling totally hungry, unhappy and down-right miserable, even hating my husband as he sat next to me eating seafood. A dangerous kickst [...]


  • Do you read self-help health books? Confession: I buy more of them than I read. Last month I took this one off the “to read” shelf and made my way through it. If you’re interested in health-related topics, you learn from various media and may be fairly well informed. Books coming out that offer “new” info may simply gather information you already know and put it together with a different slant, emphasis, or combination, and you’re disappointed. However, if you can learn just one new [...]


  • When I requested this book, I had no idea that it was a vegan(no meat,no dairy) diet book. I was very skeptical as I began reading it. It was written by a cardiologist who, over the course of his practice, has seen miraculous recoveries occur simply by patients adopting a vegan diet. He pulls from numerous other medical studies that also support the results that he has seen.He encourages you to just try the diet for 21 days and see the results. So I have been following it for the last 3 weeks no [...]


  • After viewing the film "Forks Over Knives" I decided to follow a plant-based diet. This book is just one of the many diet, nutrition and recipe books that focuses on the plant-based diet that the film advocated, but the fact that it was written by Dr. Neal Barnard, a well-known advocate for nutrition-based health, made me pick it up before reading any other books on the topic. The book is set up to be followed as a 3-week dietary overhaul, giving up meat, dairy, fish and oils in favor of whole g [...]


  • I saw a youtube clip of Dr Barnard talking about his approach to diet and health and was very interested. I bought this book and a couple of others on the strength of the youtube clip and I don't regret it. I have been juicing for some time which has bought me health benefits but I was still struggling with my weight. Since I started this plan, I have eaten so well, so much, never felt hungry and still lost weight. I have tried many, many diets over the years and can honestly say this has been t [...]


  • I read this book for the nutritional content - the explanations of why we should avoid certain foods and why we should indulge in others - because it seemed to me to be in complete opposition to the one I read last year, Taubes' Why We Get Fat. As suspected, these books are polar opposites. One is as close to a Dr. Atkins diet as possible and the other is a vegan diet. And to be honest, it's the vegan diet that makes more sense to me. Am I going to become a vegan? Maybe, someday, but right now I [...]


  • I happened to catch Neal Barnard on PBS the other day and was sufficiently interested in what he was saying about veganism to read his book. As diet books go, this is arranged like most of them: encouragement and motivation, supporting research, the benefits of the diet, supporting stories and life-changing testimonials, the diet, recipes. I guess whether a person is convinced of the claims of any weight-loss book depends largely on whether the research is credible and whether the reader is alre [...]


  • This is the book that brought me back to vegetarianism. I found out at the beginning of June that my cholesterol was 234 and I knew that changing the way I eat would lower that level. I am a big believer in the connection between the foods we eat and our health and I just needed a "kickstart" to return me to healthier habits.The day I learned about my high cholesterol, I purchased the Nook book edition and started reading. The fact that Dr. Barnard guides you through the program day by day is ex [...]


  • This is a pretty interesting book. First off, when I picked it up, I had no idea it was a vegan diet concept. I probably wouldn't have even looked at if I had known. That being said, I'm pretty intrigued. I may just attempt to incorporate these concepts into my diet, or, I might even try it all out. I really don't eat very much meat, so this might just work. Although I am not sure about the dairy aspect. I LOVE my yogurt. And whey protein. We will see. Definitely interesting and definitely worth [...]


  • The dutch translated title was a bit misleading. 21 days of a vegan diet to boost your metabolism and improve your health. Although the book has some good tips on how to replace dairy products and such with vegetable alternatives,and how to deal with eating at restaurants and such, it's about the only thing I liked about this book. The vegan motives in this book are purely based on "losing weight" and "improving health" and have nothing to do with the ethics most people consider when going for v [...]


  • This is a MUST read for anybody who puts food in their mouth. If you need to lose weight or even if you don't need to lose weight but just want to be healthy and feel good, this book gives you the tools to do it. I was so encouraged by the book, I didn't wait to do it day by day. I read it in three days. I use it for reference (recipes and tips to try new things). I have recommended this book to several people and given them the website for them to sign up for the 21-day weight loss Kickstart. T [...]


  • Dit boek is de vertaling van '21 days weight loss kickstart' en dat zegt al genoeg het hele boek is geschreven in een 'Proficiat u ben al een week bezig met dit plantaardige dieet en je gewicht gaat de goede kant op!' heel Amerikaans en om het nog populairder te maken met liefst zoveel mogelijk verwijzingen naar celebs en succesvolle verhalen. Soms lijkt het ook wel een kookboekje voor beginners "Groenten met veel vocht kan je niet invriezen!". Misschien is dat soort type boek een goeie aanzet o [...]


  • I'm already vegan and I'm not trying to loose weight but I did really enjoy this book and found it super helpful. Dr. Barnard writes in a way that is easy to understand (even when talking science) and easy to relate to. I also made a couple of the recipes and loved them! His focus isn't on making any life-long diet changes, but just sticking to a plant-based diet for 3 weeks and seeing how you feel. For anyone who's interested in this book but doesn't want to dedicate the time to read it, there [...]


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